Martha Sparks Obituary, Death – It’s possible that the family of Martha Dougharty Sparks, who passed away in Beaumont, deserves recognition for writing the “obituary of the year” with its humorous take on the affection they had for their late mother. According to the obituary, “Martha Dougharty Sparks, 80, of Beaumont, Texas, finally stopped badgering her alleged sons on April 2, 2023 about what they should do with their lives.”On Monday, April 10, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Claybar Kelley – Watkins Funeral Home in Beaumont, there will be a gathering for creditors, during which our friends will also be there, to affirm that we do not have any money left over.
On April 2, 2023, Martha Dougharty Sparks, age 80, of Beaumont, Texas, at last gave up badgering her purported sons about what they should do with their life and finally stopped telling them what to do with their lives. She passed away in Houston, Texas at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, which forced her two sons to pay for her to have an understandably embarrassing Uber ride back to her house in Beaumont. This was done on purpose to make things as difficult as possible for everyone involved. However, Martha did not give up without a fight, nor did she do so without wearing full makeup and vivid red lipstick.
At ten in the morning on Tuesday, April 11, 2023, at the First United Methodist Church in Beaumont, there will be a COVID-jamboree in honor of Martha’s life as well as a celebration of her life. Yes, Martha was a Catholic, but the situation was difficult because it was such a long-term relationship. Immediately following the service, all of the attendees as well as the process servers are cordially invited to a party that is certain to be a blast at the residence of her putative son, Mark Sparks, which is located at 3985 North St. in Beaumont. Anyone who is sporting a wire has been asked to maintain a distance of at least one kilometer away from Mark so that there are no further “misunderstandings.”